Even at the age of 74, Mario Andretti is still living new experiences and setting firsts at Monza. The great American, still the only man to win the Formula One title, Indianapolis 500 and Daytona 500, marked his return to the Italian track by ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
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Great rivalries make great sport. Ali-Frazier, Bird-Johnson, Borg-McEnroe, Rangers-Celtic, Hawthorn-Geelong: the names are inextricably linked, two sides of the same glittering coins. Rivalries are the lifeblood of F1 and, as is the peculiar ...The New Daily, 2 weeks ago
My Wheels Luxury Fuel Efficient First Car Family Friendly City Driving Sponsored It's hard to say which of the weekend's three major races was the most exciting if any. The winners all fluked their way to Victory Lane, in one way or another.Wheels.ca, 1 month ago
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